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Monday, October 19, 2020

Halloween Hype: Slasher Stickers, Scary Cats, Horror Films & Spooky Music

 Here's all the latest on Halloween goodies and news.

- Car wash in OC transforms into scary 'Tunnel of Terror' for Halloween

You've got to grab some stickers or key-chains from the BearBoneShop

This is a real game coming out? 

Romancelvania - a loving parody of Metroidvanias

Castlevania meets The Bachelor! This thirsty metroidvania marries classic action RPG gameplay with base building, reality TV & romance!



An ode to Hausu can now be on your wall, super limited edition poster, if you didn't snag the t-shirt.
Speaking or at least showing scary cats check out the first horror movie designed for cats. That's some weird marketing. No, it's not just a vacuum!

Sadly, looking less entertaining is the movie Tar about LA's own LA Brea Tar Pits haveing some sort of a tar monster killing people. Out on Oct 20th on VOD.

 If your looking for a new anthology collection for Halloween let us recommend The Mortuary Collection streaming on the horror film service Shudder. It's a fun new entry into the many anthology films you've seen in October.
A young cute blond drifter applies for a job at the local mortuary and meets an eccentric mortician who chronicles the strange history of the town through a series of twisted tales, each more terrifying than the last. Starring Clancy Brown, Caitlin Custer, Barak Hardley, Christine Kilmer, Sara Hay and Jacob Elordi. Directed by Ryan Spindell.

Scary Tales looks like pure Halloween trash and we dig it.

SCARY TALES proves that the films of John Waters and Don Dohler aren’t the only genre miracles from Baltimore. A shot-on-video horror anthology that plays out like a public access version of CREEPSHOW, this is what happens when Satanic necklaces, bloodthirsty slashers, and DUNGEONS & DRAGONS-styled live action role playing collide with cool dads, neon lightbulbs, and dungeon synthesizers. AGFA and Bleeding Skull! are thrilled to present this charming, gore-filled dreamscape that has been meticulously pieced together from its original S-VHS master tapes.

Do you dare and try and grab a Creepy Co Treat Bag on Tuesday? Only 500 bags that go on sale at 5pm pst for us.

If you want some Halloween tunes while doing some activities there's an onlinee 24 hour Halloween radio station. It's hilariously titled Dead Air.